People who write a lot, or sit at computer keyboards much of the day, often experience muscular tension in the forearm and upper arm. This tension can be eased through use of the Kneading Rings, the Cone Shaped End or the Flat End. Be careful to use gentle, sustained pressure, while rolling the forearm or upper arm slowly back and forth on the nolarola.
When using the Cone Shaped End or the Flat End, be sure to apply gentle, sustained pressure. The muscles of the arms and neck are closely connected, and often tension in one area is also felt in the other. Take the time to observe these connections in your own body, and to use your nolarola to work out these areas of tension.